The now removed mural (in Augusta) showing labor’s history was removed by labor, scurried away by labor and hidden by labor.

How can one person have so much power that he can dictate what can be shown in state buildings, buildings that were and are paid for by taxpayers.

The sign in Kittery states that Maine is open for business. What a joke, when our governor hides away an item celebrating labor.

I can’t think of anything that was done without some kind of labor.

Maine must be the laughing stock of the other states. The state is falling apart physically and only labor can fix it.

Harold Withee


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